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Parking Meter Repair,  Parking Tickets at Broken Meter

Report broken meter: 216.664.3566 - Open 24/7
Call regarding parking ticket: 216.664.4744 - Weekdays 8 am to 4 pm

Cars parked at broken meters may receive tickets because ticket writers do not have the authority to determine if meters are broken. Those who receive tickets at broken meters are asked to call and report the meter number to the Meter Division, and call the Parking Violations Bureau to speak with a customer service representative about the parking ticket.


Downtown Cleveland Public Parking Lots



 

Lakefront Municipal Parking
1500 South Marginal

NO OVERNIGHT PARKING 
(Oversize Vehicles: 664.2711)
Attendant: On duty 5 am to 10 Am
Monday - Friday
Honor Box: 1:00 pm to 6 pm
Daily: $3.00
Monthly: N/A
Special Events: Up to $20.00

 

Chester Parking Lot
East 13th and Chester

NO OVERNIGHT PARKING
Attendant on duty 6 am to 10:30 am
Monday - Friday
Daily : $4.50
Monthly : N/A
Special Events: Up to $15.00

 

Willard Park Garage
City Hall, 601 Lakeside Ave.

NO OVERNIGHT PARKING
5am to 11 pm Weekdays
Attendant on duty 5 am to 11 pm
Monday - Friday
Honor Box: N/A
Daily: 0-1 hour $2.25, each add'l 1/2 hour $1.25, Daily Max: $9.00
Early bird (in by 8:30 am) $7.00
Monthly: $110.00
Special Events: Up to $20.00

 

Canal Basin Lot
1519 Merwin


NO OVERNIGHT PARKING
Attendant: varies based on special events
Honor Box: 5 am to 9 am
Daily: $1.00
Monthly: N/A
Special Events: Up to $15.00

 

Gateway East Garage

216.781.1672 for information

 

St. Clair Parking Lot
1440 St. Clair Avenue

NO OVERNIGHT PARKING
Monday- Friday
Attendant: N/A
Daily: N/A
Monthly: $55.00
Special Events: up to $15.00


Cleveland City Hall
601 Lakeside Ave
Cleveland, Ohio 44114
Weekdays 8am-5pm

P: 216.664.2000
Relay Service: 711
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